Pets in Waukesha


4 Days of Cage-Free Pet Boarding from Top Dawgz Dog Services (54% Off)

Top Dawgz Dog Services

Milwaukee

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$80 $37

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One or Five Days of Dog Daycare at Pet University (50% Off)

Pet University

Pet University

While owners are away, dogs spend the day engaged in mentally stimulating play with trained staff

$26 $13

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$105 for $250 Worth of Pet Kennel Services — Dover Stables

Dover Stables

Dover

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$250 $105

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$10 for $20 Worth of Pet Grooming — K to the 9's

K To The 9's

K To The 9's

From the merchant: Trained groomers bring out the best in your best friend. They will love and pamper your pooch like it was theirs!

$20 $10

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$28 for $45 Worth of Pet Grooming — Your Guardian Angel Pet Sitting

Your Guardin Angel Pet Sitting

Waukegan

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$45 $28

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Signature Bubble Bath for Dogs Up to 65 Pounds at The Dog Lounge (Up to 46% Off)

The Dog Lounge

Libertyville

Baths include shampoo, massage, blow-dry, nail trim, paw soak, cologne, and bandana for four-legged friends that weigh up to 65 lbs.

$45 $28

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$59 for Cat Checkup, Rabies Vaccination, and Exam at Cat Care Clinic ($208 Value)

Cat Care Clinic

Cat Care Clinic

Facility is specially designed to keep cats comfortable, and a board-certified feline specialist is on-staff

$208 $59

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One or Three Self-Service Dog Grooming Sessions at Dirty Dog Grooming Spa (Up to 50% Off)

Dirty Dog Grooming Spa

Arlington Heights

Doggie spa provides the space and products for pet owners to scrub their pooches clean

$20 $10

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$37 for a Comprehensive Vet Visit for a Cat or Dog at Animal Clinic of Rockford ($117 Value)

Animal Clinic of Rockford

Animal Clinic of Rockford

The comprehensive visit includes dental consultation, heart-worm, and fecal tests, as well as nail clipping and ear cleaning

$117 $37

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Select Local Merchants

  • Central Bark Doggy Day Care
    Choose from 13 locations in Jackson, Franklin, Milwaukee, Mequon, Kenosha, New Berlin, Sussex, Hartland, Brookfield, Wauwatosa, and Muskego.
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    N77W31144 Hartman Ct
    Hartland, WI US
  • American Veterinary Clinic
    Under the guidance of Shahid H. Chughtai, a doctor of veterinary medicine with more than two decades of experience, the staff at American Veterinary Clinic tends to dogs and cats with an array of procedures and amenities. The staff performs exams and vaccinations and arranges for surgical procedures to be performed by board-certified surgeons. Aside from medical services, the clinic offers grooming, dog daycare, and boarding facilities for cats and dogs.
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    2735 West Rawson Avenue
    Franklin, WI US
  • Community Bark Dog Wash & Coffee Bar
    Due to their curious nature, dogs often come home dirty, whether from chasing squirrels through muddy fields or disassembling your car's transmission. Community Bark Dog Wash & Coffee Bar's dual locations provide specially designed stations for washing dogs of all sizes, whether for self-service sudsing or full-service washing by friendly groomers. The cleaners furnish all the tools needed to groom pups to perfection, including shampoos, conditioners, brushes, combs, and high-velocity hair dryers. Whether returning from a walk or waiting for their pooch to dry, pet lovers can hang out in the dog-friendly Barker Lounge, where they can sip Alterra coffee and munch on pastries. The café also supplies treats for canine customers and free WiFi service for laptops and bark-activated phones.
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    2430 S Kinnickinnic Ave.
    Bay View, WI US
  • Pet University
    On Howell Avenue sits a school where students never want to leave. Pet University's head trainer Dennis Trzcinski has more than 20 years of experience in canine training, including teaching service and police dogs. Dogs move through carefully structured curricula, and upon completion, should be such well-behaved family members that they'll have earned a no-holds-barred graduation trip to Cancun. The trained staff also engages dogs in stimulating activities during daycare and boarding stays.
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    6120 S Howell Ave
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Doolin Acres Kennel
    At Doolin Acres Kennel our goal is to offer affordable all-suite dog boarding with exceptional care and outstanding service. Doolin Acres Kennel invites you to contact us and schedule a visit to tour our dog boarding facility or make a reservation. Our dog boarding kennel is located in Orfordville, Wisconsin.
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    4916 South Nelson Road
    Orfordville, WI US
  • Cliffwood Farm
    Horse Tack: Geared Up for a Ride Most basic riding lessons include a how-to on tacking up the horse. Get a head start with Groupon's overview of horse tack. Tack refers to everything a horse wears for a ride, from saddles to bridles to reins. Just as people dress differently for different jobs, horses wear different tack depending on whether they're employed riding on trails, working on a cattle ranch, strutting down a runway, or competing inside a show ring. One of the most important pieces of tack is the saddle, buckled onto a band around the horse's middle called a girth. Western saddles, designed for long days of riding, distribute the rider?s weight evenly and comfortably across the horse?s back. At the front is a horn around which cowboys can wrap rope used to lead cattle. English saddles, on the other hand, are hornless, and are light to give horses more freedom to run and jump. Then there are the parts of the tack designed to help the rider communicate with the horse. The bridle?leather headgear that slips around the horse?s ears and nose?is attached to a bit and reins. The bit is a metal or synthetic bar attached to the bridle and resting in the back of the horse?s mouth on its gums. The reins connect to the bit, letting the rider tug gently to indicate the need to slow down or make a turn. Although the reins used in English and Western riding may be the same, they're used differently. English riders hold on with both hands, whereas Western riders hold both in just one hand, leaving the other free to high-five passing sheriffs.
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    7713 E Tryon Grove Rd.
    Richmond, IL US

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